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AWUS84 KTSA 100149

849 PM CDT FRI OCT 9 2015

Mostly cloudy skies prevailed over eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas this afternoon, with scattered showers impacting the
majority of the area. Much cooler temperatures were observed at
most locations as well, with daytime highs ranging from the upper
60s to lower 80s. Rainfall totals varied from trace amounts to
just shy of one half an inch.

At mid evening, low clouds were observed over portions of
northwest Arkansas, while the rest of the area was mostly clear.
All of the precipitation has moved well south of the area with the
cold front. Light northerly winds were common across the area this
evening, with temperatures ranging from the lower 50s to mid 60s.

The outlook for the overnight calls for mostly clear skies. There
will be the potential for patchy fog to develop by early morning
on Saturday. It will be a chill start to the day Saturday,
especially for far northeast Oklahoma and the northwest corner of
Arkansas. Low temperatures tomorrow will range from the lower 40s
to mid 50s. After the fog clears tomorrow morning, mostly sunny
skies will prevail through the afternoon. Temperatures will warm
quickly, however it temperatures will remain on the cool side,
with daytime highs to peak in the lower 70s to lower 80s. Light
winds will be common through the afternoon.

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